Jesus made clear His love of children: "Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven" (Matthew 19:14; also Mark 10:14; Luke 18:16).
Christopher and Erica Frunk, of Wright City, announce the birth and passing of their infant son, Oliver Jay Frunk on January 24, 2021.
Oliver is survived by two brothers, Henry Frunk and Charles White both of Wright City; grandparents, Nell and T.J. Bates of Broken Bow, Heather and Auston Butler of Springdale, Arkansas, Gary Frunk of Idabel and Brenda Perkins of Oklahoma City; great-grandparents, Fran and Tom Bates of Wickes, Arkansas, Dolores Miller of Broken Bow, Gene and Donna Aleshire, of Octavia, and Kay and James Dye of Cove, AR; aunts and uncles, Tom Randle Bates of Broken Bow, Joe Frunk of Idabel, Jeremy Frunk of Idabel, Bri and Tony Mitchell of Springdale, AR, and Shelby Bates of Hot Springs, Arkansas, Auston Butler of Rogers, Arkansas; along with other relatives.
Oliver was preceded in death by Randy Miller, of Broken Bow, Louise Bonnet, and Steve Frunk, both of Idabel.
Oliver’s presence in our lives was celebrated in a private memorial service. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to Ophelia’s Grace in Broken Bow, OK.
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